Dele Alli goes partying two nights in a row after Premier League suspends season over coronavirus fears



Posted Sunday, March 22, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

FOOTIE ace Dele Alli spent two nights partying as Premier League games were postponed.

The England and Spurs star, 23, downed cocktails and shots at London clubs.

Dele Alli goes partying two nights in a row after Premier League suspends season over coronavirus fears
Dele Alli spent two nights partying while the Premier League was suspended during the ongoing coronavirus crisis Credit: Getty Images - Getty

Dele Alli goes partying two nights in a row after Premier League suspends season over coronavirus fears
The Tottenham ace left celeb hangout Tape at 3.37am with girlfriend Ruby Mae and pals Credit: Social Media - Refer to Source

Dele Alli goes partying two nights in a row after Premier League suspends season over coronavirus fears
He was joined by Manchester City star and England teammate Kyle Walker in the VIP area at the club in London's Mayfair Credit: PA:Press Association

Other footballers dancing and singing surrounded by scantily-clad revellers at celeb hangouts Tape, Cirque le Soir and Libertine last weekend included Kyle Walker, James Maddison, Ben Chilwell and Riyad Mahrez.

Alli, who earns £100,000-a-week, is among hundreds of players ordered to stay fit by their clubs after games were wiped out by coronavirus.

Alli and ex-teammate Kyle Walker were in the VIP area at Tape in London’s Mayfair.

An onlooker said: “It’s crazy that the first thing these players do when football is cancelled is go out to a club.”

Dele left at 3.37am with girlfriend Ruby Mae, 23, and pals.

On Sunday, he enjoyed a bottomless brunch at a hotel in the capital.

A source said: “His weekend was one hell of a bender.”

Several Premier League clubs have cancelled training sessions and ordered players to stay at home to combat coronavirus.

They have also introduced a raft of “isolation” measures to protect high-paid players from catching the disease, including banning them from public transport.

Squads have been given individual fitness programmes to follow at home.

Man City defender Aymeric Laporte this week revealed that manager Pep Guardiola has warned his team to stay in shape - and not go out in public.

He said: “They have given us a daily training schedule. They trust in you and you have to be professional.

“We do what the club says because if the games start again, we have to be in top condition.

“You have to respect what they are telling us because it’s better for our health.”



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